I'm a writer, editor, and digital strategist. I drink at least two cups of tea every day and I subscribe to far too many newsletters.

I've written about everything from burgers to birth control for publications like GQ, VICE, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, Racked, Bon Appétit, Man Repeller, and more. 

During the day, I run digital strategy and serve as a staff writer at Harvard Magazine. In the evening, I write a weekly culture column for Boston.com's 'How to Boston' newsletter. 

As co-founder of The Thirty-One Percent, I conduct and publish unconventional interviews with female business-owners in Boston. The project aims to draw attention to one key statistic: only 31% of businesses in Boston are owned by women.

If you're interested in hearing my thoughts on truly horrible email marketing campaigns and early morning exercise classes, follow me on Twitter.